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Pros: BIOS GUI makes flexible configuration easy. BIOS can be updated from a USB drive (no operating system).
Supports UEFI secure boot and legacy modes.
Cons: The "auto" mode for memory speeds isn't perfect. Some days it was finding the right speed and everything was solid. Others, it was locking up. I ended up locking the memory speed manually, then it was stable.
It's not easy to switch from "auto" CPU speed to a fixed speed. In Auto, it shows the final clock, but the manual settings are for a base clock and multiplier. It's not clear what you need to match what it was finding in "auto".
Other Thoughts: I wrote the "stability issues" review and can't figure out how to edit it. So I wrote a new one.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice BIOS configuration. Can flash BIOS directly from a USB drive.
Cons: I'm having stability issues with the 5302 BIOS (2/4/2013). One day its flawless, the next it's locking up hard every hour.
Other Thoughts: CPU A6-5400K (not overclocked). Memory Crucial Ballistix 8GB DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866 (PC3 14900) Desktop Memory Model BLT2KIT4G3D1869DT1TX0, running at 1333Mhz. BIOS shows cool temperatures. Ubuntu Linux 12.04 64bit.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: IOGEAR GCS62HU 2-Port HD Cable KVM Switch with Audio
Pros: Compact, integrated cables, no power supply.
Looks great at 1080p.
Cons: Annoying pixel errors at 1920x1200 from a MacBook Pro mini display port. Other (lower) resolutions look far worse (unusable). Only 1080p is what you would expect.
They give you two USB connections to the computer, but don't tell you why (maybe for power).